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Compiled by Bob Chodos, from reporting by Dave Klassen and Rick Gamble.
It is almost 15 years since the African National Congress took power in South Africa – a good time to look back and assess accomplishments and prospects.
What exactly does it mean to be a North American? Europeans have been engaged in a long-running debate about the meaning and nature of Europe.
Apart from chocolate and beer, one of the major products exported from Belgium over the last two decades has been its constitutional model.
As a journalist, Graham Fraser could be critical of Canada’s language policy, but he did find a bright spot: attracting francophone immigrants to bolster the francophone minorities outside Quebec.
Statistics Canada’s release of 2006 census data on language brought forth a number of reactions, particularly in Quebec.
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An appreciation of political sociologist Seymour Martin Lipset.
An introduction by Bob Chodos and John Richards on the Africa Section of Issue 23.
An introduction by John Richards on the Language section of Issue 23
John Richards introduces several articles on political change in the Prairies.
Western democracy has embraced the idea that equality for everyone, especially marginalized groups and minorities, is key to democracy
A column by Daphne Bramham based on her book: The Secret Lives of Saints: Child Brides and Lost Boys in Canada’s Polygamous Mormon Sect.